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Kelly does it again!

Making her third appearance on this blog and hosting numerous shows on the island of Barbaods I’m honored to once again introduce you to my friend Kelly Anne. The creator, owner and dedicated operator of Kelly’s Kloset.

In past posts you can see the entire set up for The Cliff as well as more behind the scenes of what takes place prior to the show. For this read, I’m simply going to put some photos of the action and invite you to visit Kelly’s Kloset Facebook page.

I apologize for the lack of clarity in the photos as they’re a collection from random cameras and photographers.

I was again so fortunate to have the pleasure of doing these gorgeous girls hair backstage. Here we all are prepping for the runway!


Let the show begin!

Find more of Kelly on Instagram @ kellyskloset246. Local girls, she has multiple locations on the island in which requires a scheduled visit… It’s as easy as a phone call! 246-234-9039

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The Siem Reap Night Market and a Mad Monkey!

“Home” for a couple nights, was a hostel just situated in walking distance from everything we needed.

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The Mad Monkey Hostel has a restaurant, swimming pool, common area and a sand bar on the rooftop terrace. Excluding the smell in our room and the Aussie’s partying next door all night, it was comfortable, easy and affordable.

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My personal favorite quality was the art covered walls that kept you entertained on the way to your cozy room.

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Here are a few night shots from the roof top bar. It all starts by kicking off your shoes and hoping that you can find them on your way back out.

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We finally found our shoes from the sandy terrace and with a successful donation at the Angkor Children’s Hospital we chose to take it easy and explore the famous Night Market of Siem Reap.

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This street venue is so massive, I truly don’t think you could see every stall in just one attempt. There’s several different sections ranging from clothes and jewelry to house decor and souvenir trinkets. Want to make your own creative pattern? Just get lost in the maze of fabric and materials.

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If you get tired from all of the shopping, you can always take a break and enjoy a $1 massage! Snag a seat, sit back and relax. If you step up the price to $2-3, you get a curtain for privacy (so nobody can witness them) as they bend, kick, knead, twist, punch, pinch and massage you to bruises. Some may refer to this as borderline assault… we may or may not know this from experience.

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Along the way you’ll see several artists crafting their own offerings. Much respect to the creative and driven mind!

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You defiantly won’t go hungry as just like every other street market, there are food vendors, push carts and restaurants lining the path. On this night, we chose authentic Indian food. A moment of silence for the amazing meal that was set in front of us to share. $2 later, we’re pleasantly full and ready for the walk home.

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A solid evening walk and a fantastic meal… check and check. Tomorrows sunshine brings the temples of Angkor Wat!

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Color me Spain!

As stated in my last post, the applications I was using to design with decided to challenge me a bit which put my blog on the back burner. If you can bare with the trial and error stage, I’m going to “give it a go” with a new system. I apologize ahead of time if there are any quirky details I still have to iron out. All righty, here we go!

Do to the lack of posts throughout my journey in Spain, I’m going to lump together some categories to catch you up to my present moment.

I think “Color me Spain” is necessary to start with due to the impression it’s made in my mind and the expectations it has set for my future home. Woh woh woh, no I’m not thinking of “settling down” anytime soon, just saying I want to live in a world of color!
Ive been amazed at the vibrancy throughout each city with the buildings to the local art work… Color is everywhere! Without further explanation, welcome to the rainbow of Spain!

The following photos include: Madrid, Barcelona, Ibiza, Granada, Valencia, Alicante and Tossa De Mar.

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Next post… Feed me Spain!

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